Art Of Burning Water - Love You Dead FLAC album
Title: Love You Dead
Style: Sludge Metal, Hardcore
FLAC version ZIP size: 1201 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1750 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1788 mb
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An Art Of Burning Water album but not how you know it. Experimental noise and soundscapery here. All sounds dissected, regurgitated and mechanically reformed using parts and sections from AOBW's noise by Wayne P and Goatface Thrilla at Wayne's yard in Brentford, West London . You have impacted our lives more than you know and we love you. It's been fun. Ta ta!
Art Of Burning Water were born out of the ‘white flats’ of Hanwell (W7) and the pre-gentrified homes of Hammersmith (W6) in West London in 2001. The sound of suburban alienation and misfit isolation forged an awkward visceral sound that was too punk for the metallers, too noisy for the arthouse crowd and too weird for seemingly everyone else. This Disgrace continues the more spontaneous writing approach of third album Love You Dead with some emotionally draining dirge sections akin to a more budget Children Of God -era Swans, What’s This For? period Killing Joke as well as the Souls At Zero beatings of Neurosis. All subject to opinion of course. For fans of : Godflesh, Swans, Melvins, Unsane, Jesus Lizard, Mastodon etc etc. art of burning water. Released by: Riot Season Records. Album release date: 1 January 2013.
Art Of Burning Water. Head Of The Tempest (LP, Album). Superfi Records, Hate Life Records. Vendi questa versione. Love You Dead (CD, Album).
Band Name Art Of Burning Water. Album Name This Disgrace. Labels Superfi Records Riot Season Swarm of Nails Records. Music StyleSludge Metal. Members owning this album0. 1. You Won't Know Till You've Cried. 2. It Didn't Get Any Better. 3. Lacerations to Hand and Faith. 6. Since His Collapse. 7. The Live You Live. The Voyage of the Pessimistic Philosoph.
from Love You Dead by Art Of Burning Water. from Love You Dead, released March 1, 2011.
Rainy Day. Relaxation. Famine/Art of Burning Water. Carnage on the Ankle of Rice. The Famine, Art of Burning Water.
And yet again, Art of Burning Water have done that just that. From the moment Rambo Survival Techniques starts, the earnest approach and frantic pace cascade out of the speakers. Vocalist and guitarist Grief screeches with such vitriolic and caustic intensity that one can almost imagine him fronting a basement dwelling Black Metal project. The final track, Kindness is Strength, absolutely steals the spotlight as the best song on here. The delivery and assembly of the album has led up to this point. The battering of fists against the social and economic walls society has constructed. The mindless toiling of wage-slaves and those whose faces are glued to their cell phones. The anger and frustration that one has as they watch the world slipping into a bleak future.